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inside america's news headquarters. >> i'm gregg jarrett. topping the news, the obamacare web site, well, it's down again tonight. now hear why republican lawmakers are saying the disaster is, quote, the tip of the iceberg. >> bill clinton delivering curious comments. what mr. clinton has been saying at state level campaign rallies that have hillary 2016 watchers raising their antennas. >> the new york city marathon will be kick off bright and early tomorrow morning. next, we'll show you hot -- how the city is beefing up security for this event, six months after boston. >>> we begin with new details into a deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. this is video from inside the terminal where a lone gunman orlando with a semiautomatic rifle opened fire yesterday, killing tsa agent and injuring at least five other people. according to police, the 23-year-old suspect who is now in custody had suicidal thoughts and was on a mission to, quote, kill as many as tsa agents as possible. dominic dinatale joins us live from the scene at lax with the latest. dominic? >> reporter: hey the
to provide their employees with contraceptive coverage under obamacare. this after two ohio business owners challenged the mandate saying it forces them to violate their religious beliefs. elizabeth prann is in washington now with more. >> a dc circuit court striking down an affordable care act mandate requiring business owners regardless of their religious beliefs to provide health insurance including birth control coverage. the federal appeals court says that limits the right of free exercise of religion by burdennenning companies to require insurance that includes contraception. it is another ground breaking case for religious rights and others say it is the employees who have a right to coverage. >> the only question here is whether our government can force religious business owners to pay for abortion causing drugs and to pay for contraceptives, even if it is against their most deeply held religious beliefs. >> the reason for that is that you have the right to practice what you want, but an employer shouldn't have the right to deny the people who work at that institution their right to
the obamacare web web site's poor performance had nothing to do with her unwillingness to share enrollment figures. >> we will not have that until mid-november. we have people who are shopping now. we expect the initial number to be small. >> reporter: how small? tavenner wouldn't say. originally the administration had aimed to enroll half a million people in october alone. committee chairman dave camp. >> it doesn't look like you're even meeting your own projections that you had prepared. >> reporter: tavenner took over the centers for medicare and medicaid eight months ago. >> can i tell you, my own constituents are frightened. >> reporter: republicans like kevin brady of texas argued her relatively small agency simply was not equipped to implement a huge new law. >> so what i can guarantee is that we have a system that's working. we're going to improve the speed of that system. >> excuse me. >> yes? >> you're saying the system right now is work? >> i'm saying it's working. it's just not working at the speed that we want and at the success rate that we want. >> reporter: tavenner blamed
of the enrollment. we'll look at what that means for obamacare in the long run. >>> also coming up, holiday shopping on the day after halloween. how retailers are stretching the season. >> so the number of people who signed up for healthcare via the troubled federal website was minuscule in the first couple of days of the website's life. according to house committee that released early numbers it is in the low hundreds. but here's the question, how does that number stack up to the first weeks of obamacare? how does it stack up to those who signed up for romney care back in 2006? al jazeera's john terrett has been investigating for us. >> you gave it away just now. >> reporter: the healthcare.gov is sick. we know that. we've seen it since it launched back on october 1st. that's not really news. what is news is we're getting a hint of how sick this site through which people 36 states purchase healthcare under the new law might begin in the early days. on the beginning day, six people, total six people had signed up and enrolled for healthcare under the obamacare laws. by the second day, october 2nd, m
, november 4. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. was the president dishonest when he sold obamacare to the american people? mitt romney thinks so. >> had the president been truthful and told the american people that millions would lose their insurance and there would have been such a hew and cry against it, it would not have passed. >> more from the president's former opponent on the shore. >> a college student missing for 36 hours is found trapped in a tiny crevice between two buildings. how is he found and how did he get there in the first place? we'll tell you what we know on this monday morning. >> a scary moment in the nfl when a coach collapses on the field in the middle of a game. what happened? will he be okay? why do we still have so many questions? "fox & friends" starts now. >> hi. i'm larry holmes. you're watching "fox & friends." a real knockout. >> thank you, larry. welcome aboard to the world's number one early morning cable news show. good morning to you. >> how unbelievable is it? two coaches go down in two days. how stressful is that job? >> it is stressful. there is a lot of pres
you for your time. >> good talking to you. >> as obamacare is growing on capitol hill. we'll check with who set g who g benefits. >> a disturbing trend brings the worst part of halloween to college campuses year-round. they are racist rangers. what do you think, join the conversation on twitter and on our facebook and google plus pages. >> house members couldn't wait to bombard her with the rocky royal out. they waested no time to say they were story for her role in the president's healthcare plan. >> in the past weeks access to healthcare.gov has been a frustrating ex-ferns for americans. i'm as frustrated as anyone with the flawed launch of healthcare got gov. let me say to these americans, you deer is of better. >> i apologize i'm accountable. joining me now to look at who are the winners and losers in the obamacare roll out. this highlights one of the issues. young men and single men may not want maternity coverage. >> but in the way it's structured they end up having to pay for it. was supposed to pay for insurance for every and that is how the insurance markets work. are the
become a focal point of criticism not only for the failing health care website, but for obamacare itself. one of her top two lieutenants provided a warmup act. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. >> a member of the obama administration apologize for the website that has been plagued by problems since launching last month. testifying tuesday, marlin tavenner did not give many reason for website issues. she did not give specific numbers and how many people have actually signed up for insurance. those facts and figures are expected to come in another hearing, when her boss, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius testifies later this morning. that hearing could get heated, since some republicans have been calling for her to be fired. >> i don't think anyone would deny this fact on either side of the political aisle. these past 29 days have been nothing short of a disaster. >> as republicans attack the problem-plagued website as representative of larger troubles with the affordable care act. >> the problem with obamacare isn't jus
of the last several months. >> i said last week obamacare is like a wet blanket over our economy. with all of then uncertainty around this law, employers are having a very difficult time making decisions. it's time to delay this. it's time to fix this before it gets any worse. >> many democrats have joined the call to push back the dead of line of march 31st for signing up for the individual mandate, therefore requiring everyone to have insurance. and ms. tavner asked time and time again how many people have been successful in signing up. she like officials all around town have refused to answer that question, saying she doesn't know the number. >> many are sames this is similar to the rollout of the medicare d website a few years ago during the bush administration. are the complains similar or is thecorus these days that much louder. >> well, part d medicare, an epic three-hour vote pushed by george bush, he twisted enough arms and got that passed. it didn't rely as much on these technical aspects on the website for enrollment and that's why it's not an apples-to-apples comparison. >> con
, where he's tried to tie his opponent to the health care law. >> terry mcauliffe: expand obamacare, increase taxes. ken cuccinelli: create jobs, cut taxes. to stop obamacare and higher taxes, there's only one choice. >> reporter: unlike his rival, mcauliffe supports expanding medicaid under the affordable care act. he says accepting the federal aid would help more virginia residents obtain coverage and benefit the state's economy. >> when we know that 400,000 virginians could gain health care access by accepting the medicaid expansion, we must act. ( applause ) that is virginia money coming back to virginia, and it will create 30,000 new jobs. >> reporter: cuccinelli refuted that claim at last week's final candidate debate. >> he pretends to get $500 million out of the medicaid expansion, which he's called a jobs program. folks, it's welfare, it's not a jobs program. >> reporter: the mcauliffe campaign, meanwhile, has charged republican cuccinelli is outside the mainstream of virginia voters, especially when it comes to women's health issues such as abortion rights and access to co
in the low hundreds. but how do the people who signed uup in the first weeks of obamacare compare to the first weeks of romney care in massachusetts. >> reporter: now we know the federal healthcare website healthcare.gov . is sick, we know that. we've been reporting that for weeks. now let's go back to when it was launched. we're now getting an indication of how sick it actually was when it was first launched. this site is responsible for attracting people from 36 states to buy healthcare under the president's new law. at the end of the first day just six people we are now told had signed up for health air. just six. at the end of the afternoon on the second day which was october 2nd that number had risen to 100, and only 248 people had signed up by the end of the second day. this, according to the house of oversight of government reform committee who just released these figures. this is bad news for the government because they said b by 2014 they reckon to have 7 million people signed up. clearly there is a long way to go. there is precedence for this. do you remember mitt romney
on by the republicans. >> our insiders on the roles of the obamacare rollout in the next election. >> it is 7:30 on sunday, november 30th -- november 3rd. >> thanks for joining us. we've got a lot of news to cover in the next hour.
obamacare. is there a belief in washington that these hearings are about fixing the website or yet another attempt, attempt number 42, to do away with the affordable care act. >> the house vote that had many times, the senate did not, which is why it remains law. these are a continuation of the high level of scrutiny and interest in the law, probably more about that than actually findings solutions to the problems. >> that being said, when something goes wrong in the real world, where most of us work, when something gets messed up, and as much as $500 million is spent, somebody's head has to roll. why shouldn't congress call for the head of kathleen sebelius? >> the law is quite complex. we are in an era where people are looking to assign responsibility. i would just know the contrast that 16 states around the country are running their own versions of what the federal government tried to bring up and their success rate is pretty high, so this certainly is something that can be done successfully. problems arise. if you can solve the problems in a reasonable amount of time, i think we would
some say obamacare may change that. >> al jazeera looks at growing old around the world. we look at the country named the worst country for seniors - as part of a 3-part serie >> >> america's infant mortalitiy rate is one of the worst in the developed world. america is 4th in the global ranking of infant mortalitiy. 25,000 infants don't survive the first year because of premature births or complications. mortalitiy has dropped but some states are struggling to keep babies alive. alaba alabama's rate is 25% higher than other states. the affordable care act could change that preventing premature deaths. >> bailey davis has been lying in the incubator fighting for her life. she was born four months early and weighs less than 2 pounds. >> every time we leave the hospital we think, "maybe she won't be here when we come back in the morning", she's little >> bailey is 19-year-old ariel's first trial. the week ahead are crucial. bailey's chances are better. her care is paid for by her grandfather's health insurance. in alabama 519 babies die before their first birthday last year. state h
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